Americas Cardroom is poker with a human touch
Online poker is supposed to be just like the real deal. And it usually is — with the exception of all the robots at the table.
Sadly, that’s been happening at lots of online poker sites. Bots have plagued the industry for a long time and it’s just something that players have had to deal with.
But not at Americas Cardroom. The US-facing online poker site has taken down bots and is keeping them away. When you play at Americas Cardroom, you can be confident that you’re playing against humans, not bots.
How can you be so sure? Well, Americas Cardroom has implemented a bot-smashing strategy to keep bots at bay and make sure that players can be confident in their game and who they’re playing against. So far, they’ve:
• Implemented a bot-detection strategy
• Added some mouse detection technology
• Implemented captchas to make sure players are real
• Counted on players to report bots
We know what you’re thinking. Don’t all sites do that? Well, yes. But Americas Cardroom goes much, much farther.
The poker site has been laser-focused on how bots work. Today, their software features some seriously impressive technology that tackles bots head on and makes it virtually impossible for them to access the ACR poker data required to function.
Many big bot companies have reported that their bot software no longer works on ACR, so the strategy is paying off.
And on the rare occasion that a bot does get through, Americas Cardroom has your back. They’re the only site that has a transparent and verifiable banned account policy. In a nutshell, that means that if you play and lose to a bot, ACR will let you know and refund you. All numbers are published on their website, so anyone can see who’s been paid back and verify it in an instant.
This good-news story comes just in time for Americas Cardroom’s $7 Million Venom tourney. It gets underway July 24th and features $1 million for first place. You can get into it through Cyclones Blitz Poker satellites for as little as $0.25. And the best part? You won’t have to deal with bots along the way.
For more information, head to AmericasCardroom.eu.